Saturday, December 31, 2011

Ringing in the New Year with The Heven and Hell Blog Tour: Masquerade by Cambria Hebert

A few months ago I was introduced to Cambria Hebert by fellow blogger, Heidi, over at Rainy Day Ramblings.  I am forever grateful for making Cambria’s acquaintance and for the opportunity to read Before (the enticing prequel to Masquerade) and Cambria’s new novel Masquerade. Cambria is a delight to interact with. She and I share a love of lattes, werewolves and The Vampire Diaries. I could talk with her for days about all sorts of subjects and all things book related.

Cambria is very talented as well as being loads of fun and extremely kind and gracious. She has very generously offered to give one lucky winner a free E-book of Masquerade. After the fabulous New Years post from Cambria and my review of Masquerade, be sure to fill out the Rafflecopter form for a chance to win. Good luck!

Top Most Made New Year's Resolutions
by Cambria Hebert

 This cartoon pretty much describes how I have felt about New Year’s Resolutions in the past. I mean after a while I learned my lesson with this tricky little tradition.

Sure, I made a few resolutions in the past – many moons ago. What have I resolved to do? Pretty much what every other American resolves to do:

Many years I resolved to stop biting my nails.  – How the hay does one do this? To this day I cannot figure it out. My husband says, just stop doing it. Sure, I say, and you just stop scratching yourself. I don’t think he found the humor in that – ha ha ha. I mean how does one stop doing something that I don’t even realize I am doing until my nails are bitten so low they hurt and I have hang nails on my thumbs that require band aids.

So after several years of trying and failing I stopped resolving to stop biting my nails.

I have also resolved to lose weight. This just makes me want to eat more. I mean really you tell me NOT to do something and that just makes it all the more appealing. Just like the bad boy syndrome. Don’t even pretend that a bad boy isn’t appealing. LOL.

So after attempts at resolving to lose weight I started resolving to accept myself the way I am. That sounds all nice and pretty right? It’s a lot harder than it sounds. I still work on that every day. I will say that I think something like this comes with age. I stopped resolving this as well.

I’ve resolved to save money. Let’s all laugh now and move to the next one.

I’ve resolved to be a better person. This is very vague and wide reaching. Exactly what does this entail? I hold the doors for others at the mall, I try not to glare at people in public who annoy me (oh please like you haven’t been in line with someone behind you that is like “OMG did you hear…?” Actually, I didn’t hear but thanks to your loud voice – I have heard now!) I recycle, I try to take things in stride when I don’t like the way things go. But let’s face it. You can’t just become a “better” person because it’s your New Year’s resolution. You have to work at something like that. It doesn’t happen overnight. And invariably – I am human – and sometimes I get annoyed and tell people about it. LOL.

Eventually I looked in the mirror and realized that making a New Years Resolution was like guaranteeing myself that it wouldn’t happen.

So I gave it up. Why bother making a resolution I was destined to fail then feel like crap because I didn’t do it.  *Shrugs* Seems like a vicious cycle to me.

I became like Gerald:   

And I pretty much made fun of others who tried to make New Year’s Resolutions:

But then a year came (okay it was 2010 lol) that I felt stuck in a rut. My life was good, I considered myself fortunate but certain aspects weren’t going where I wanted them to go. And…. New Year’s was fast approaching. Suddenly, it seemed that New Year’s was the perfect time to make a change. To wipe the slate clean and start fresh. That didn’t mean I would forget about everything that had happened up to that point it just meant that I wasn’t going to dwell on that. Apprehensions be damned I was going to achieve my goal.

What was this goal? Actually there were several but the main one was to see my book in print.

Up to this point I had been pounding away at the computer and sending out query after query and getting NO after NO. I was exhausted. I was irritable and I was turning 30 the next year. It seemed like the perfect opportunity to make a change. I was ready to start fresh. I was determined to do what it took to stop hearing no. I began considering self publishing. I kept working, kept networking… then in Feb. I submitted my manuscript to Otherworld Publications. After 6 months I was pretty sure that I would be getting a NO if I even got a response at all. It was summer and the year seemed to be going nowhere.

I began formulating my self publishing plans and also beginning plans of my own publishing label. But then I got a YES.

The rest as you say is history. December 16, 2011 Masquerade was in print and I had managed to actually complete a New Year’s Resolution. The other ones I made as well? Yup, did those too.

It felt really good. It still does.

So now… the New Year is approaching and I am looking at quite a few changes in my life in the coming year…. I have decided to make a few more New Year’s Resolutions.

No, I won’t be resolving to lose weight or stop biting my nails. I will continue to work toward my dreams and try to achieve what I want most in my life. I think I found the secret to making New Year’s Resolutions:

You actually have to want what you resolve to do.

You see I really don’t care if I stop biting my nails. I would like to be five or ten pounds thinner but that’s not really the most important thing to me right now.

Is this the secret to everyone’s New Year’s Resolution? I doubt it.  But I do know that the next time someone tells me that they made a resolution I might not be so quick to think to myself Good luck with that buddy – it ain’t happening.

So to all of you Resolution believers out there. Keep on resolving. It’s a New Year and anything is possible!

Just for fun I googled New Year’s Resolution. I found this list of the top made NY resolutions. Have you resolved to do any of these? Has anyone NOT resolved to any of these? Lol.

Top most made New years resolutions

I want to say a quick Thank you to Michele for having me here today and finishing out the Heven and Hell Tour with a bang!!!!!!  

Happy New Year Everyone!!!!
Cambria Hebert is an author, a blogger, and a latte sipper. She has an irrational fear of chickens (EWWW!) and is obsessed with werewolves. She would rather have coffee (Starbucks please!) than food, and her favorite TV show is the Vampire Diaries. You can find her stalking the YA aisles of Barnes and Noble with her iPhone glued to her hand.

You can order Masquerade here: Masquerade
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Twitter:   @cambriahebert

The prequel to Masquerade (titled Before) is available in Ebook where all Ebooks are sold.

Cover Design:
All three of my covers have been done by Regina Wamba at Mae I Design

Masquerade by Cambria Hebert

From Goodreads:

Before. Everything was so much better Before. I wasn’t haunted by nightmares, my place at school was secure and my face was flawless. Now, I’m a freak and everything has changed. The worst part is that I can’t remember the night I was sentenced to the shadows. The memory has been stolen from me and I just can’t shake the feeling that someone, something is out there -watching.

Just when I think I have my life handled, Sam, with his intimidating golden stare and shiver inducing voice, makes me realize that I don’t know anything. He makes me see that my scars don’t matter. That they never mattered. I can’t help but fall for him, completely unknowing that he knows exactly how I got this way. Not knowing he was involved.


Heven has no idea how closely death stalks her. She has no idea what I have done to keep her alive. I fear the day she learns my secrets, finds out what I really am. But even then I cannot stop, I vow to make things right. Finally her hunter will be hunted, Heaven and Hell, faith and sin will battle, and we will be victorious. But first, Heven must learn to be what she never imagined. I know her strength is there – I feel it. If we are to overcome all odds, she must push past her flaws - her frailties - to become much more.


What if you sensed you were being watched…
But whenever you looked no one was ever there.
What if you knew you looked hideous…
But someone called you beautiful.
What if you surrendered your heart…
Only to have it betrayed.

As a child... oh, who am I kidding? Even as an adult, my favorite fairy tale was/is “Beauty and the Beast.” I love that story so much, and I’ve often wondered why there weren’t more tales reminiscent of such a classic love story. Stories that capitalize on inner beauty and not the worn out, wearisome accounts of glamorous, perfect, unattainable lead characters. What if there was a modern day take on my favorite tale…. and even better…. What if the beauty bore the disfigurement instead of the beast? Masquerade is that book, complete with a uniquely refreshing, intriguing twist.

Heven is a teenage girl with a stunningly bright future. She’s beautiful, popular and on the cusp of becoming head cheerleader: A perfect life. Funny how perceived perfect lives never stay perfect. Following a long, studious essay-writing session after-hours at the public library, Heven is attacked on her way home. A brutal and mysterious attack that left her scarred. Masquerade is the story of a brave girl’s emotional journey to learning to love herself again and an amazing boy’s love for her - an amazing boy who has some pretty heavy secrets, I might add. Secrets that could bring Heven and Sam’s relationship to a crashing halt.

"I shouldn't feel safe. I never felt safe around anyone new, but his presence was like a blanket to my shivering insides, whatever he projected reached out and wrapped around me, keeping my fear at bay."

I think my favorite character in the story was Heven’s wise and loving grandmother. I never got the chance to know my grandparents, but from the way my grandmother has been described to me, she sounds a lot like Heven’s.

“You are far more than those scars, Heven.”

“Your scars do not define you, young lady. Your actions do.”

And it’s a good thing that Heven has her Grandmother, because her mother is, shall we say, less than supportive? Her answer to everything is Church, Bible study, chicken, and more Bible study. However, I believe there is much more to Heven’s mother than meets the eye, and I look forward to that revelation.

Sam was extremely appealing and quite fascinating. He made it his sole purpose to protect Heven - whatever the cost to him. His character and his back-story were heartbreaking. The way he ached over the attack and the blame he shouldered for what happened to Heven were incredibly sad. His love for Heven: Beautiful. He was willing to go to the ends of the earth and back for her. Never once, did he “see” her scars. He found her just as lovely with her scars, as he did the very first time he saw her.

“I felt as though an invisible tether reached out of me and went directly to her. It tugged at me as I stood there, begging me to close the distance, for just one chance to see her smile.”

“I let her presence fill up every hole inside me. And that first time I saw her smile I knew that I loved her.”


Through Sam’s kindness and love, Heven began to break out of her shell and overcome her reclusiveness.

“He said the words easily, as if they cost him nothing. Yet they were words that were more valuable to me than anything, and I was very afraid that they cost me my heart.

His smile fell away and he grabbed me and began kissing me aggressively, almost like he was angry that I dared to make him feel that way. I answered his kiss with my own.”

Heven’s character really grew in this story. I was unsure about her timidness and withdrawal from the world at the beginning of the story, but watching her develop into a strong and confident young girl was immensely rewarding. Sam saves Heven in more ways than one, but I adore the fact that Heven saves Sam too. Sam needed Heven’s love every bit as much as she needed his.

"His eyes shone like the summer sun with a hint of surprise."

I really liked that Sam’s secret was NOT the secret I had initially guessed, which is what gave Masquerade its uniqueness and originality. Not to get too spoiler-y, but I have a lot of unanswered questions surrounding The Hope and The Hate, Heven’s mother, the gifts that were given to Heven, and also some lingering doubts about Heven’s best friend and her boyfriend. These are all things that will definitely make the reader anticipate what Cambria has in store for Sam and Heven in Charade (Heven and Hell #2).

"I learned a long time ago a person's appearance is only a disguise for who they truly are."

A huge thank you to Cambria Hebert for sending me an ARC of Masquerade and for allowing me to read and review her work.

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Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi

Shatter Me (Shatter Me, #1)

From Goodreads: The last time she did, it was an accident, but The Reestablishment locked her up for murder. No one knows why Juliette's touch is fatal. As long as she doesn't hurt anyone else, no one really cares. The world is too busy crumbling to pieces to pay attention to a 17-year-old girl. Diseases are destroying the population, food is hard to find, birds don't fly anymore, and the clouds are the wrong color.

The Reestablishment said their way was the only way to fix things, so they threw Juliette in a cell. Now so many people are dead that the survivors are whispering war-- and The Reestablishment has changed its mind. Maybe Juliette is more than a tortured soul stuffed into a poisonous body. Maybe she's exactly what they need right now.

Juliette has to make a choice: Be a weapon. Or be a warrior.

It has been 264 days. 264 days with no human interaction. 6,336 hours without feeling the warmth - the touch of another person. 264 days without using your voice. This is the world Juliette lives in - if you can call it living. One might think Juliette would be broken. Shattered. One would be wrong. Juliette is strong, she is defiant, and she is a survivor.

“All I ever wanted was to reach out and touch another human being not just with my hands but with my heart.”

But her whole world changed the day that Adam walked through the cell door. Adam. The only person to ever really know Juliette. The only one who ever saw her. Who ever cared.

“‘You can't touch me,’ I whisper. I'm lying, is what I don't tell him. He can touch me, is what I'll never tell him. Please touch me, is what I want to tell him.”

And thus begins the exciting and powerful story written by Tahereh Mafi. I can easily say Tahereh’s writing style is the most unique style I have had the pleasure of reading. The way she wrote Juliette made her seem so real. So easy to envision yourself in the role of Juliette. And so easy to wish you were the one Adam was looking at.

“I'm oxygen and he's dying to breathe.”

Adam. Hubba Hubba. I’m sorry, do people even say “hubba hubba”? I know I never have. But then again, I never knew Adam until now. I blame thank Tahereh Mafi for bringing Adam to life. He is truly a magnificent man with looks to die for and eyes you could drown in, but with the added bonus of a beautiful soul (and tattoos… did I mention the tattoos?? Swooooon).

“Adam stares at me so long I begin to blush. He tips my chin up so I meet his eyes. Blue blue blue boring into me. His voice is deep, steady. ‘I don't think I've ever heard you laugh.’"

The phrasing of this story and the pictures that Tahereh Mafi painted with her words are stunning. I found myself repeating sentences I had just read over and over, for the simple reason of loving how they sounded and tasted.
"And we stand like that until I'm too old to remember a world without his warmth."

Shatter Me is one of the few books that I ever finished reading…only to open it right back up and start again. And it wasn’t just Juliette and Adam that had me captivated… Warner is deliciously evil. If I am ever held against my will…. Oh please, let it be Warner doing the holding.

“He takes too long to speak; his eyes are busy traveling the road map of my body. I want to rip up the carpet and sew it to my skin. He smiles and offers me his hand.”

Then there is Kenji, who is just delightful in every way.

“Well damn. But you make crazy sound so good”.

I can’t wait to read more about the amazing characters that Tahereh Mafi created and that I can’t seem to stop thinking about. If you haven’t already picked up your copy of Shatter Me….do it now and thank me later. Right now, I think I’m going back for thirds.

My touch is lethal. My touch is power.

Monday, December 12, 2011

Guest Review with Christie's Book Reviews

PhotobucketOne of my favorite things about the blogging world is meeting fellow bloggers and discussing our shared love of all things bookish. I recently made a new blogger friend, Christie, from Christie's Book Reviews.

Guys, she is just a joy to interact with!  Extremely sweet and very knowledgeable about the blogosphere.  She's a newbie, but she has already participated in several memes and has done an amazing job designing her blog.

 Please give this incredible blogger a visit, and you can check out her Review of Remembrance by Michelle Madow, below:


★★★★     Remembrance by Michelle Madow

Remembrance (Transcend Time, #1)Lizzie’s life changed as she knew it the moment she saw the new student Drew on the first day of school. She felt a connection with him like she knew him from somewhere but she couldn’t have. Lizzie’s best friend Chelsea took an interest in him and Lizzie was bothered by this. She couldn’t express her feelings because she didn’t understand them herself, not to mention she had a longtime boyfriend, Jeremy. Lizzie and Drew couldn’t fight fate for long before Lizzie had begun seeing flashes from their past lives. She realized they were connected deeper than she could have ever imagined; reincarnation.

This book had me completely entranced. I couldn’t stop turning the pages. Michelle Madow’s words flowed beautifully making it so I couldn’t put it down. It kept my interest from the very beginning and I love it when author’s can do that. There are some great books I have read but it takes at least one hundred pages before the book gets interesting and in that time I can get distracted. When the author completely has me from the very beginning I absolutely love that!

I also thought it was really cool that the book was inspired by Taylor Swift’s music video, Love Story. The author saw this video and created the story behind it. That is just awesome. I think if Taylor Swift was to read this book she would be honored. Taylor Swift created a magical music video and Michelle Madow expanded that magic into a whole story.

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Christie with John Connolly

Thursday, December 1, 2011

Hi everyone! Welcome to my very first blogger interview. I have an amazing blogger on the blog today. It has been so much fun getting to know her and she has been such a tremendous help to me on my new blogging journey. You may have read her interview with me over at her incredible blog I'm a Book Shark. She’s smart, funny and really knows her way around the blogging world. Get to know Mickey and be sure to visit her blog where you can read her fabulous reviews, enter awesome giveaways, enjoy Teaser Tuesdays and much, much more! 

Chelesbells: Hi! Thank you so much for taking the time to stop by the blog. Please introduce yourself:
Hello! My name is also Michelle, but I prefer Mickey. I live in sunny Arizona, and I run the blog I'm a Book Shark!

Chelesbells: You are what we newbies refer to as an “experienced blogger” or a “professional blogger”. Would you mind telling us what made you want to start your own blog, and how you got started?
I'm flattered that you consider me "experienced" and "professional"! I've been blogging since April, and I decided to make my own when my boyfriend suggested I could get paid for writing reviews, since I was already reading a ton and writing a review on everything. While looking into it, I came across some book blogs and thought, "Hmm, maybe I could do this." Looking back, I had no idea what I was getting into, but I wouldn't change anything!

Chelesbells: What is the most exciting thing that has happened to you in the world of blogging?
I've had some fantastic moments since I started up my blog. Kieran Scott, author of the She's So/He's So series, tweeted me that she was flattered that I chose her books for a WoW post one Wednesday. I couldn't breathe when I read that! And Lorelei King, narrator of many audio books including the Stephanie Plum series, replies to my tweets when I mention her in my reviews. That will never, ever get old! I still get excited when authors chat with me, do interviews with me, and send me books to review. And I've made some awesome friendships!! Everyone in the book blogging community is so friendly and caring! I know I'm missing stuff. The whole book blog experience has opened me up to seriously awesome moments.

Chelesbells: And for the not so exciting: What advice can you give on perseverance… how to get through the reading/writing doldrums that can happen from time to time?
This certainly happens from time to time, and it can really get us down. My suggestion would be to really just take a break for a day or two. Sometimes taking a step back gives us the time we need to breathe so we don't get burned out. We do have lives outside of the blog, so I also like to schedule posts in advance. That way, if I do feel like I need a break, my blog readers don't suffer. As for the reading part, I step back from review books and read some books I've been wanting to read outside of the blog to renew my love to reading if I'm feeling burned out. I also limit how many books I'll accept for review. We're not machines, and authors and readers understand that.

Chelesbells: New bloggers have a lot of blogging terminology to learn; I get asked a lot what memes are and how you participate in them. Can you help them out?
Of course! Memes are the features on other blogs that all bloggers can participate in. Common ones are: In My Mailbox , Top Ten Tuesday , Waiting on Wednesday and Follow Friday . They allow you to participate in weekly features as long as you link up to the host blog. This is fantastic, because then you can go through the list of other blogs who are participating and check them out, leave comments, exchange follows, and find new friends and readers! It's really helpful for networking, especially in the beginning. But don't overload on them! It can be a lot in the beginning. Learn your limits, and you'll be fine.

Chelesbells: Okay, this is a tough one... if you were stranded on a desert island and could pick only one book to have with you, which book would it be?
Probably Pride and Prejudice. I know, it's a little cliche, but that book has so much going on that I would never get bored. I can cry, laugh, and swoon with that book!!

What is your absolute favorite genre that you find yourself anticipating to read more than any other?
My tastes have changed over the years, so I never thought I would answer this question with "paranormal romance" but I think that might be it. While I'm always a sucker for a good chick-lit, some of my favorites have turned out to be Jeaniene Frost's Night Huntress series, Richelle Mead's Succubus series, and Karen Marie Moning's Fever series. And since I started my blog, I have been reading YA like a crazy person!

Chelesbells: Have you ever had to write a review for a book that you just didn’t like? How do you handle writing a not-so-glowing review?
Yes, I have, and it makes me sad. It's really important to be honest, though, even if you like the author and don't want any hurt feelings. So when I do have to write a negative review, I try not to say anything too negative. I usually keep those kinds of reviews short, and if I've had contact with the author I'll say positive stuff about them. Authors know that their books aren't for everyone, but it's still hard.

Chelesbells: If you were able to hang out with any fictional character from any book, who would it be?
Wow! Tough question. I might have to pick Stephanie Plum. She has a fantastic group of people around her, and I think they'd be ridiculously awesome to hang out with. I'd pick Cat from the Night Huntress series, but they're always about to die. Stephanie gets into crazy situations, but at least it's not TOO dangerous!

Chelesbells: I noticed you listen to a lot of audio books. Which do you prefer: reading or listening?
I don't think I really prefer one over the other. At work and in the car I have the time and ability to listen to books, while when I'm home I can actually read books. I'm extremely glad that audio books entered my world, because work is a lonely day without stories. But I also enjoy reading them in my own voice. Narrators aren't all equal, so listening to a book really depends on who's reading it.

Chelesbells: I really admire how you read more than one book at a time. What is your secret to keeping them straight, and how does it affect your reviewing process? I would be so confused that I would probably write a review about a werewolf with sister wives, who was imprinted on by a sparkly vampire, while out hunting zombies. (By the way, any authors reading this… I’m copyrighting that idea.)
Oh my goodness, let me know when you're done with that book because I want to read it! Haha anyway, I'm usually listening to one book in the car and one book at work and tackling a book at home by actually reading it. How I keep them straight is beyond me sometimes. I get confused, of course I do. But when I get back into one, they usually straighten themselves out. And I have to review almost immediately after finishing a book. Otherwise the review will completely suck because my memory is awful! lol

Chelesbells: Thank you so much for being here today!! Any parting words of wisdom for us? Final thoughts?
Oh man, this was fun! Thank YOU for having me!! It's such a pleasure meeting new book people, and you, my dear, are fantastic! Keep rocking your awesome blog!!

Blogger Bio:
Mickey is the blogger behind I’m A Book Shark. She really wishes there was a better explanation for why she’s a book shark. A new twitter name was needed, and it had to be about her favorite hobby: reading! For whatever reason, sharks also came to mind and a book shark was born. Besides reading, Mickey is a natural reddish-headed, mid-twenties, tattooed entertainment-of-all-kinds lover, girlfriend of boyfriend, mother of reptiles (and a cat and two puppies, all spoiled), and addict of dessert. Anything chocolate is a welcomed gift in her life. Oh yeah, and she likes to blog.

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A Giveaway, A Guest Review and An Interview... Oh My!

Mickey over at I'm A Book Shark is stopping by the blog today and tomorrow to share a review, give us an interview and host an incredible giveaway! See her review of Catching Jordan below and come back tomorrow to read her fun interview as well as enter the giveaway for some awesome swag!!

Mickey's Review of Catching Jordan by

Miranda Kenneally

I received this book through Around The World ARC Tours. This is my honest review:

WOW! I was pleasantly surprised by this book!! I knew the basics: female high school football player finds new prospective football player attractive. But goodness, this is deeper than that. She also has a best friend and college prospects and a jerk NFL dad.. lots of stuff going on in this book. It never gets boring or drags. This novel keeps you entertained from page one. I really, really enjoyed it!!

Jordan Woods is a girl who loves to play for her high school football team. She's the captain and starting quarterback. Her team respects her, and she's never really all that girly. She can't stand the cheerleaders and doesn't have many female friends. Things start to change when Ty Green comes to her high school to play football.

There is quite a bit of swearing (which I must say I enjoyed with no apologies) and sex talk (but nothing too descriptive and also enjoyed). Jordan is a football player after all, so she hangs out with a lot of guys and basically acts like one most of the time as well. She's a fantastic main character, but she seemed to cry a whole lot. And her dad is a total jerk most of the time, but he's also a guy who doesn't know how to express his feelings. That seemed to be a recurring mistake for lots of characters in this novel.

This was almost like a funny episode of Friday Night Lights with a female lead. And with swearing. Okay, it isn't much of an FNL episode, but I bet a lot of FNL fans will appreciate the football aspect of this novel! The football games are spread out and short enough to keep a girl's attention. It's very much a satisfying, awesome debut YA novel!! So glad I read it!!

Bottom line: This is a fantastic, sporty YA book. It's different and fresh. Loved it!

Rating: 4.5/5 book sharks

Read more of Mickey's amazing reviews over at her blog I'm A Book Shark
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